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*** A Team Dirty South Recording ***
02 Goin' to the Party
03 Hold On
04 Hang Loose
05 Always Alright
06 Boys & Girls *
07 I Found You *
08 Be Mine
10 Making Me Itch
11 Hurricane Strut
12 I Ain't the Same
13 Rise to the Sun
14 You Ain't Alone *
15 Heavy Chevy *
16 encore break
17 On Your Way
18 How Many More Times > Jam > How Man More Times ^
19 Heat Lightning
Running Time: 1:15
* with horn section (Jeremy Woods and Danley Murner)
^ Led Zeppelin
Roughly eight months ago I saw this band for free in a record store. I
bought tickets for this show when they went on sale and they sold out
in a couple of hours.
They're from about 40 miles east of Muscle Shoals, Ala., and were
admittedly influenced by old school Muscle Shoals soul and rhythm and
This was the first show they've played in front of a "home crowd
in some time.
They were accompanied on four songs by Danley Murner on trumpet and
Jeremy Woods on trombone.
They played most of the tracks of their debut album, "Boys & Girls," a
few new songs and a blistering cover of "How Many More Times" with
a cool jam with several teases.
Definitely check out the Alabama Shakes on tour.
For videos from this show go to YouTube.com/will24411
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